The murder case against former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez could be crumbling. With prosecutors already deciding to punt on supposed star witness Carlos Ortiz, a judge has now blocked an attempt to obtain recordings of Hernandez’s conversations from jail. According to the Associated Press, the judge said the prosecution didn’t make a sufficient case to obtain the communications, which allegedly contain “coded messages” regarding Lloyd’s murder. Defense counsel call it a fishing expedition. It’s a bit of a surprise — given the whole “anything you say can and will be used against you” thing — that Hernandez has any privacy at all regarding things he has said in jail. Is it a fishing expedition? Sure. Should the prosecutors be entitled to fish if the end result is pursuing justice for Odin Lloyd? Hell, yes.